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to one that now employs over 200 and has been named the top 5 places to work in san francisco in sf times. they help organize the plan, set uptick et sales and promote events of any size. and in 2012 had a total gross ticket sales of $600 million. before event right, she graduated from pepperdine university with a degree in telecommunications. she worked in television for mtv network and [speaker not understood]. working on such shows such as nip tuck, the haloed, rescue me, and morgan's [speaker not understood] 30 days. she has served orthctionv board of the village row which offers a variety of informative and creative and fun programs to educate and nurture the community. she is also active with the full circle fund promoting the next generation of community leaders and driving lasting social change in the bay area. when she isn't running a business or helping her community, she spends time with her two daughters. so, with that i know that supervisor farrell would have loved to have honored you today, julia. thank you for your dedication and service to san francisco. (applause) >> than
her stay in the hospital or stay in the bed long time. i am here in san francisco survive with my eight-time heart attack, and i am very proud that every one of you have courage to say yes and to support us for item 24. mr. president, our supervisor, on behalf of everyone in the city, i have courage to thank each one of you and i have right to tell you that is very nice good action. supervisor kim, supervisor campos, supervisor avalos, i would like to thank you for what you did today. that is very good job and i thank you. thank you very much. >>> [inaudible] public library. don't give money to the friends of the library. don't accept money from the friends of the library. the fact that we've got supervisors who think that the rule against supporting or opposing speakers is a function of the noise is very disturbing. the careerses of politicians based on vanity and abuse of power disappears a fast as they arrive. whereas the progress of democracy comes from the sacrifice of many nameless individuals and is built up slowly over decades. this is national sunshine week. you will noti
ministering pastor here in the city and county of san francisco. so, i would ask that we adjourn the meeting in his memory today. and then the last point is sort of a point of interest and information. it is reported that the boy scouts of america today sent out 1.1 million questionnaires to its members asking a sear i of questions that ask members of the boy scouts to give their opinions on their current and long existing ban on gays serving in the boy scouts. so, it is our hope that the members of this organization, that see the point that if the military can survive with open members of the lgbt serving, certainly the boy scouts of america can survive as well. they fill out that questionnaire and once and for all get rid of the discriminatory practice that this institution has had for so many years. it doesn't make sense. it's the year 2013. let's move forward, not backwards. >> thank you, supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. >> thank you, madam clerk. colleagues, i have two items. one is concerning something you have probably become apprised of. recently regarding new ads on our muni buse
of supervisors and the rainy day funds if i can put in, and the voters of san francisco for feuding the school so we can keep our classes at 35, 36, which is good. ~ funding you go to college and you take calculus and you could have 500 in your class and meet three days a week and have study groups. some of you have experienced. it's very easy to drop out of calculus and not continue. so, i think this is a thing, if you can just get the students through their tough times in high school that college is a lot easier for them and success. and this is really what i profess doing nowadays. so, anyway, i'm very happy to have taught -- excuse me, president kelly's daughter also who pursued four years of math at washington with ease. just to encourage the young women to continue and not give up and that so often it was years ago when i was in school, it was [speaker not understood] a young woman got through geometry. that's just fine. you got a pat on the head. if you got a c in it, you're fine, you've made it through the world. that's not the case any more. and it even wasn't the case then because every
to build a natural [speaker not understood] in san francisco and the bay area. i've been lucky to work with dedicated and really big hearted people. all of whom believe we can and should do more to reduce our ecological footprint and are working to figure out how. through my work today at spur and with friends of the urban forest, we're helping to move the city forward towards a more sustainable future where there are trees and sidewalk gardens everywhere, where we have zero carbon and an imminently [speaker not understood], not just preparing climate change, but doing everything we can to stop it. i have an [speaker not understood] policy science education and social responsibility and to get to do it here in san francisco where most people believe this is the right direction to be going, any city can demonstrate a model of sustainable development of the world, san francisco is going to be it. so, i would like to again thank you, supervisor tang. i'd like to thank my family for the many ways you support me and my work. my husband is here today, my mom is also here, my son, one of my t
national sunshine week. it is no secret that open government is under attack in san francisco. someone gets a title and already he thinks he is an aristocrat who should be able to make his self-serving deals at the expense of the public without interference from democracy. there was a time when open records laws public library were both involved in serving a democratic right to know and empowering the people. that was before the library and san francisco government decided that serving the interests of the so-called aeries toe contracts could be turned into a private income stream. ~ you have become so enslaved to private money you decided right to know is a place to save money. if we want a democracy, we need open institutions of knowledge that allow access to the truth. saving money on those institutions of knowledge is like selling our children. it is no accident that the san francisco public library is the most egregious sunshine violator in the city. once it is a private income stream, the philanthropyists want power and exclusivityity. the destruction of democracy is wha
on the weekend, and it was closed because of the budget cuts. i know that growing up here in san francisco, i grew up playing ball in the neighborhood in the local schoolyard. and if kids and families are not given that opportunity. i think it's a real shame. we have embarked on a project and have had fund-raisers over the last years, that have been very successful. and thank you to the sponsors that helped participate. and wouldn't have happened without all of those involved. and i am glad to say that we have 24 schoolyards opened up and more we hope to come online. and we have a power-point deck, and we have michael and christine carr. and got to honor michael for african history month and for those who have played large in this effort. and we need to give them a huge amount of gratitude. could sfgov-tv put on the slide deck. if we turn to the next page, gavin newsom and hydra mendoza had a program to open up our schoolyards. and when we came in office in 20 2011, i think six or 10 schoolyards are opened up and a need for impetus behind that. this is a partnership between my office and lee'
residents. people believe these types of businesses can't exist in san francisco. mimi is a testament to the fact it can. she really resisted coming here and i just really want to thank you for being here to be acknowledged. i decided to honor mimi because i thought she would not be here today. i felt her story was important to share with the city. it's more about mimi and knowing there are individuals like you who are just incredible figures and share so much love with the city and with our residents. and i was at captain garrity's police station meeting last night. when i announced way honoring you for women's history month, 60 or 70 residents erupted in applause and the captain also wanted to thank you and he misses you tremendously. so, thank you for being here. >> thank you. (applause) >> thank you, kim. thank you, supervisors. thank you, everybody, for this great honor. i want to start off by thanking so many people who have helped me along the way. my father, my sister and my family who has pitched in and support me during those great years. my wonderful staff members who have
other gaps that we have regarding dtx and electrification. it's great that san francisco i think is really ahead of the curve amongst all the counties in really coming out to bat for both high-speed rail and electrification. it's really great to see that there's so much effort and energy moving forward on this. but i think as much as possible, until we come to consensus we should really leave all the options out there and open that we are evaluating everything. i know there will be a number of concerns about the 2 80 in the neighborhood that i represent in south beach and mission bay. i don't have a position either way. i really want to see what the studies look like, what the boulevard look like, the freeway and the growth and impacts we're expecting. but i also have heard some perspectives that we can underground 2 80 at 16th street while still keeping the 2 80 up as well. i just want to mike sure we have all of these options out of the table. ~ make sure the one thing i think we're all unified on is we don't want to see a double grade separation at 16th. i think everyone agree
>> good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, march the fifth, 2013. madam collect, could you please call the roll? >> yes. supervisor avalos? avalos present. supervisor breed? breed present. supervisor campos? campos present. supervisor chiu? chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim? kim present. supervisor mar? mar absent. supervisor katy tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee? yee present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> thank you. i want to welcome our newest supervisor, supervisor katy tang to [speaker not understood]. (applause) >> and with that, ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. [inaudible] >> colleagues, we have our january 29th, 2013 board meeting minutes. can i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor farrell, seconded by supervisor kim. without objection, those meeting minutes will be approved. madam clerk, are there any communications? >> there are no communications, mr.
, often beating many members of the san francisco police department to the scene of these critical incidents. and with that in mind, i'd also like to thank cathy, charles' partner of so many years, who has supported charles in his tireless commitment to follow the evidence, to get to the truth of the matter. and charles's objectivity was really reflected in the number of people from the san francisco police department and the command staff who attended charles' retirement party last week. and when they spoke about charles, and even though some time the occ is thought of as that other department where there could be conflicts between the police department and our office, the members of the command staff said that chief investigator gall man always operated with integrity. and, so, i'm taking this opportunity again to publicly thank charles for his commitment to the goal, to the mission of the office of citizen complaint to promptly, impartially, and fairly investigate civilian complaints of police misconduct. thank you. (applause) >> before i turn it over to mr. gall man, i also wan
for a neighborhood that really needs it. ♪ ♪ >> good morning, everyone, and welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors budget and finance committee meeting for wednesday, february 27th, 2013. my name is mark farrell. i will be chairing this committee. i'm joined by committee vice-chair supervisor eric mar and supervisor john avalos. mr. clerk, are there any announcements? >> he yes. please turn your cell phones and electronic devices. completed speaker cards and copies of any documents to be included as part of the file should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the march 5th, 2013 board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thanks. and i would also like to thank the members of sfgtv who are covering this meeting jessie larson and nona as well as the clerk of the board, mr. victor young. mr. clerk, can you please call item number 1? >> item number 1, resolution authorizing the department of public health, laguna honda hospital, and rehabilitation center, to retroactively accept and expend a gift of $500,000 to the laguna honda gift fund from the
that addresses a dire crisis for san francisco's city college and what they face this year with their accreditation process. and as we look forward also to a hearing that will be coming up later this month at the board. my resolution that i urge support for would help us pass assembly bill 11 99 authored by assemblyman paul fong, but also sponsored by assemblyman bill ting and tom ammiano as well. city college, as you know, serves one in 10 san franciscans. it has one of our top nursing programs in the state and half of our public school graduates in san francisco start college in higher education there. it also is critical for the future of our work force in san francisco as it trains adult workers and gives them new skills that better their lives and to get better jobs. as we work together to protect and strengthen city college, this resolution is really important in allowing the city college to move forward with more flexibility in its funding. the sanctions that may be placed against city college by the accrediting agency really is being promoted in many ways from effor
here in san francisco. i also think it's important that you have to recognize that you have a lot of work outside the youth commission you work on. you've been instrumental in helping to set up mission prep school in the excelsior district and have brought me into the work of the school as well. so, i want to thank you for that. prior to any of this and people don't know about is that you were actually a child actor. [laughter] >> and have been actually in many films. i wish i had it set up before hand [speaker not understood], but you were actually cute when you were a kid. you were in a disney film. you also were in jim cramer of the giant peach or [speaker not understood] robin williams movie. i haven't seen it yet. i'm going to make sure i see them later on today. congratulations on everything you've done. i'm super proud of your work and i look forward to what you do at sf rising. i know the empowerment model you have brought to the youth commission will be exceptional in this new setting and look forward to working with you. >> thank you for el us that, supervisor avalos. i
of health care in san francisco, and as i said earlier today, i very much appreciate everyone who is part of the negotiating operating room that resuscitated this critical project. and i also want to echo the thanks that have already been described. there are so many folks that we need to give credit to moving us to where we are today, starting first and foremost with the tremendous community coalition that has been working for many years across so many different policy and community areas. i, of course, also want to start by thanking our mediator lou jirardo who was tremendous and this project would not be where it is today without his leadership. clearly there was also tremendous leadership within the city. we need to single out ken rich for the millions of hours that he spent working on this as well as with many department heads and, of course, our mayor. and then i want to take a moment and just thank supervisors campos and farrell. i know that campos, farrell, chiu are three supervisorial names not discussed together in a sentence but each of our colleagues plate a critical and equal
and dedication and passion living here and involved in san francisco. and i know this is not a good-bye, and i look forward to the next phase in your brilliant career. >> supervisor wiener. >> thank you. well, mario, we're going to definitely miss you, although obviously you're not going to be going far. you know, the way i got to know you or we got to know each other, i think the most was through the free muni for youth debate and we were obviously on opposite sides of that debate. [speaker not understood]. we were obviously on opposite sides of that debate and that was difficult debate. and i know you were very, very passionate about the proposal and i had my own strong view. and the one thing that always struck me about you is that you, whatever the disagreement, you were always just so professional and kind and courteous and very persistent in pushing what you thought was right. but just incredibly professional. i always really appreciated that. i'll tell you and this is i guess advice to a lot of different advocates that engaging with someone you disagree with in a professional and produc
cpmc to continue a baseline level of taking care of charity care in san francisco. this is a need, we know we're going to have to continue regardless of what happens with obamacare. the new term sheet continues that commitment, as well as continues to ensure that additional medi-cal [speaker not understood] patient lives will be protected. about 30,000 charity care patients per year are commited in this new term sheet and an additional 5400 new medi-cal managed care patient lives of which 1500 will come through a primary care provider in the tenderloin are part of this deal. another topic that was very important to the community is around local hire and work force training. as in the original da, cpmc will hire at least 30% of all construction jobs from san francisco, but we have also improved the provisions for future permanent jobs. originally the deal called for 40 jobs a year for five years. we used our local hiring ordinance and i want to thank supervisor avalos for his leadership on that, such that in this deal 40% of new entry level permanent jobs over the next decade which tar
or local san francisco. earning more than 150 grand. i don't know any entry level people that will earn more than 150 grand. so, let's just strike that one, but let's still keep the 50%. we did some analysis of our hires and those sorts of things as of the end of last year. and we were at 80% of new entry level hires regardless of salary. another requirement is 30% small business participation. what's small business? i mean, i profess not to really understand that. what have we done if we looked at all of our vendors? 41% of all authority [speaker not understood] is local. we go further. 31% of america's cup authority staff, skilled, unskilled, entry level or specialist, are all local. i think pretty importantly, 51% of all vendor staff are local. if i could add to that, i believe that percentage is actually going to get better because we've let a lot of the larger contracts, the backfill will be smaller contracts that support the big ones. i expect those numbers to get even better than they currently are. so, in summary on the local hiring, i would suggest the following. firstly, as i
sunday mass at a number of churches here in san francisco or i have attended sunday mass at a number of churches here in san francisco including providence church and st. john's church in the mission district. i believe i will be confronting to the church and a confirmation hearing. [speaker not understood] a meeting with the archbishop of the local diocese here on or before may 18, after which i will leave home. these are my final words here. plant a tree of life in san francisco. the tree of life, chapter 22 revelation. and he showed me a pure river of water of life clear as crystal proceeding out of the throne of god and of the lamb in the mid of the street of it and on either side of the river there was a tree of life which bear 12 manner of fruit and yielded a fruit every month. and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations and there shall be no more curse, but the throne of god and the lamb of god shall be in it and [speaker not understood] shall serve him. they shall see his face and their name shall be in their forehead. there should be no night there and the
college student, i want to make people love to live in san francisco. i would like to thank someone who has been a huge part of my life. carmen chu. to me carmen has really set a great example of what a supervisor should be. someone who should maintain integrity and someone who represents issues in a great manner and even if someone you are in disagreement with, treats you with respect. as john said, follows hilary clinton, i have big heels to fill. thank you for your work in san francisco. the city has a great person to run this city. finally i have to thank kathy. cameie brought in an incredible amount of enthusiasm and hard work to the office. most of all tammy cares about the district and never stops thinking about how to make it a place to want to live there. thank you. with that, i'm excited to work with the members of the board, the mayor and the rest of our residents and family to make this a great city. [ applause ] . >> we have two moments for any questions from people, otherwise we can go and get the work of the city done. thank you. [ applause ] . >> good afternoon, welc
-2012 annual report of the san francisco local hiring policy for construction. >> [speaker not understood]. this item we would like to continue to the call of the chair. probably have a hearing about it in march, would like to do that. the 25th of march will be the third year anniversary of [speaker not understood] implementation. so, at that point we'll be looking at doing the assessment and we will give as recommendations for how we want to continue with the ordinance. right now it's supposed to ramp up 5% a year. we're looking at how we're meeting though targets and what makes sense moving forward for two years. that will be discussed at that hearing around that time. like to continue this item. >> we have a motion to continue this item to the call of the chair. >> second. >> we can do that without opposition. mr. clerk, are there any items? >> that completes the agenda for today. >> thank you. meeting adjourned. [adjourned] . >> golden gate parks largest body of water ska great labor for scrolling and picnicking and both miking which can both be rented at the boat house and the lake
, this is a lot of why we want to bring the america's cup to san francisco. and i would, i would like to point out again the commitment to pay prevailing wages on a temporary event, not a construction event, a privately run event, is a significant sort of concession during the agreement. and as you know, supervisor, you were very much involved in the sort of negotiation of the final workforce plan provided by the america's cup authority. certainly if we had it to do over again, we would love to avoid this conversation. but looking at where we are now, i just want to echo what supervisor farrell said. i'm very appreciative of the event authority and studios saying we want to make this right for the worker. ~ hartman through this crucible we have a much better template moving forward. certainly through what olse did we're able to identify potential pitfalls going forward and we have a much better line of communication and sort of spotting those issues ahead of time. so, with the much larger events coming this summer, we want to use these lessons learned and make this event deliver on its promises. h
>> good afternoon, welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, march the 19th, 2013. madam clerk, can you please call the roll? >> supervisor avalos? avalos present. supervisor breed? breed present. supervisor campos? campos present. supervisor chiu? chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell absent. supervisor kim? kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee? yee absent. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> thank you. colleagues, we've been asked by our colleague if we can ask a motion to excuse them. motion by supervisor campos, second by supervisor wiener, they are excused. ladies and gentlemen, please join us in the pledge of allegiance. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america. and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. colleagues, we have our february 12, 2013 board meeting minutes. can he have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor
particularly building around the library. of course in san francisco it takes the village people. that's a little different. i remember teaching at the bay view school and how challenged the parents were to provide an education for these kids and now neglected this area was and we have turned this around because of our spirituality and work ethics and pride. so god love us all. this is a beautiful beautiful building and anytime you want any help, anytime night or day, please feel free to call supervisor malia. no, you can call me. thanks. >> thank you, tom. >> so we are getting excited about coming inside, aren't we? we are almost there. once you are inside take a look at the beautiful art inside. the san francisco art commissions local artist and we are so proud that the local artist is from the bay view. his name is ron sanders. his artwork is truly inspiring. they are what they call photo grams. there is two of them, one is spirit of nature dancing together and the other one is symbiotic relationship. one of them is inside the beautiful courtyard and the other one is inside the libr
such as san francisco administrative code section 6.22 g do not apply to the event and activities associated with it. ~ but because the city has agreed to reimburse the event authority for all amounts expended on construction contracts, the parties have agreed to apply the provisions of section 6.22 g. there is no reimbursement. the event authority is not being reimbursed one cent for any construction contracts being undertaken. so, all i can say to this committee is the foundation stone upon which the workforce plan was prepared and upon which the event authority agreed to pay prevailing wage and all the other things have been removed. and yet we have still voluntarily agreed to do it. and, so, in the backdrop of that, i really do question the tone here. the tone of innuendo that would try to tell somebody they were not trying to do the right thing. >> so, did you not agree to prevailing wage? >> we agreed to prevailing wage on the basis that we would be reimbursed for construction work. beyond construction work we were being reimbursed for. so, the memorandum of understanding that has sub
than i as it relates to historic preservation in san francisco, i would like to see someone with his expertise, his perspective, and his attention to detail and attention to the facts on the historic preservation commission. and i just wanted to express that so that you understand my perspective. i know that you're supporting him, but that's my perspective for why i'm supporting him as well for the historic preservation commission. thank you. >> thank you, colleagues. any additional discussion? let's take a roll call vote. >> on item 25, supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang. tang aye. supervisor wiener. wiener aye. supervisor yee. yee aye. supervisor avalos. avalos aye. supervisor breed. breed aye. supervisor campos. campos aye. supervisor chiu. chiu aye. supervisor cohen. cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. there are 11 ayes. >> motion is approved. next item, item 26. >> item 26, motion approving the mayor's nomination for appointment of ellen johnck to the historic preservation commission, seat number 5 for a term ending december 31st, 2016. >>
for the city of san francisco. this not only will create two brand-new hospitals, but incorporates the needs and the concerns of the local neighborhoods which perhaps were not as reflected as possible last summer. ensures world class health care for all san franciscans. i really want to thank my colleagues, supervisor campos and board president chiu for their hard work on this item. we spent i think it's over 100 hours, clocked 40 different meetings. we've been in multiple meetings every single week for the last few months, and it's a real testament. and i want to thank them for working so well together. i think we did a great job as a team. maybe representing different political spectrums here in san francisco, but the fact that we did it together really speaks volumes. as we mentioned in the press conference earlier today, i think it speaks a lot about how we can work together as a board of supervisors going forward. i'm excited for that. i do want to also thank as we mentioned earlier today the mayor's team in particular ken rich for his extremely valuable involvement. it wouldn't have g
time in san francisco, things happen so quickly. i'm trying to see how we do it better going forward. >> learning from this, how do you hold a event of this magnitude on public land down on the waterfront. there are a number of agencies involved in those decisions. hopefully people can learn from this process. and as i say, i mean, this is a good story. this is the private organization agreeing to be bound by voluntarily agreeing to be bound by these rules and signed a memorandum of understanding, subsequent to the first event and now following through on that. >> thank you. >> i appreciate the agreement, and the agreement was made. it's a binding agreement. it needs to be acknowledged. i appreciate the fact that the authority had voluntarily made that agreement, but they made the agreement. and once the agreement is made, it's not a voluntary thing any more. it's something that is compelled. >> i completely agree with you, supervisor. but subsequent to the agreement being done, the foundations changed. the words that i read out of the executive summary say that because the city has
francisco for san franciscans. more san franciscans will work in the health care sector than will ever work in the high-tech sector. we have an opportunity here to make employment opportunities available at a level that has never surrounded a major development before. there is a dynamic relationship between affordable housing and employment. every existing san franciscan that we get in this job in this facility is an affordable housing unit we do not have to build. we, as member of the council of community housing organizations, advocated strongly for work force participation and training, for the permanent jobs because the most affordable housing unit in san francisco is an existing housing unit. one that is occupied by a san francisco resident. we are very concerned about how this program -- this multifaceted program will unfold. we ask for participation in the continuing process. we ask for participation in overseeing the actual implementation of this program. we're eager to see how that is accommodated. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is g
the city do a better job at as it relates to affordable housing in san francisco. >> that's understood. i don't think olson lee from the mayor's office of housing is here yet. he should be here any minute -- oh, he is here. okay. i don't know if you wanted to respond now or -- i guess now i made you respond. [laughter] >> good afternoon, supervisors. olson lee from the director of the mayor's office of housing. the money is going into our low mod fund -- >> can we please turn that phone off? thank you. >> into the low mod housing fund. and clearly all the existing affordable housing in the surrounding area are eligible for access to that affordable housing fund. the workers in not only cpmc, but all employers in san francisco are eligible to participate in our down payment assistance loan program. and through the voters and through the housing trust fund, we've been able to put basically refund the housing trust fund. you'll see that in the mayor's office budget as we come forward with our next fiscal year budget. but those employees will have access to those funds. and as we use those fu
, but all employers in san francisco are eligible to participate in our down payment assistance loan program. and through the voters and through the housing trust fund, we've been able to put basically refund the housing trust fund. you'll see that in the mayor's office budget as we come forward with our next fiscal year budget. but those employees will have access to those funds. and as we use those funds, we can make decisions in the future for -- to replenish that down payment assistance fund should the need be there. but we will be creating affordable housing in the general area. we still have some octavia parcels to develop. and, again, we will be utilizing the funds from this low mod fund as well as the larger housing trust fund for the preserving the affordable housing in the surrounding area. it's so hard for us to build affordable housing and there are people in those affordable housing. we want to ensure that whatever is affordable housing remains affordable housing. so, we share your concern about the existing affordable housing. >> thank you. and i just would add that maybe some
throughout san francisco. so, i urge your support, colleagues. thank you. >> thank you, supervisor mar. i'd also like to be added as a co-sponsor. i think the rosa parks school has been a great model of how to do this type of education. is there any public comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. and on the imperative agenda item if we could take a roll call vote. madam clerk. >> supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. supervisor campos? campos aye. president chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. there are 11 ayes. >> the resolution passes. madam clerk, could you read the in memoriams? >> yes, mr. president. today's meeting will be adjourned in memory of the following individuals on behalf of supervisor tang, for the late ms. chan ran chang. >> and madam clerk, is there any more business in front of the body? >> >> that concludes our business for the day. >> ladies and gentlemen,
and bessie carmichael and the southeast part of san francisco. that we can continue to come to the table and have thoughtful and key conversations. i want to highlight on, there is an expressed commitment from the school district to help us and i will assist a robust discussion between parents and myself and my office and the school district. the three of us making sure we are in constant communication. and i want to compliment the parents for coming out. and thank you for meeting with the isa community and it sounds like it dispelled rumor and sounds like you got a lot out of that field trip. that's it for me, and thank you for allowing the parents an opportunity to speak. >> thank you, supervisor cohen. i see nothing further on this item. colleagues can we take a motion on this item? since you are the sponsor of this request, would you like to continue this to the call of the chair or file this item as heard? >> i would like to continue it to the call of the chair. >> do we have a motion to continue to the call of chair. we have that motion and can do that without opposition. thank you
>> thanks. next speaker. >>> hi, i'm barry cargo with the san francisco cab drivers association. i'd like to echo the comments of the previous cab drivers concerning these illegal rogue cabs. i'd also like to express my dismay of the apparent acceptance of these rampant -- the rampant influx of these vehicles. they try to avoid regulation by saying that they're ride shares when really they're not according to section 53, 53 h of the california public utilities code. a ride share is the transportation [speaker not understood] locations or persons having a common work-related trip and a vehicle having a seating capacity 15 passengers or less, including the drivers which are used for the purpose of ride sharing when the ride sharing is incidental to another purpose of the driver. with the inat the point of these drivers is to make a profit, these trips are not incidental to the purpose of the driver. and the payment is not truly voluntary when the cost of the trip is not shared equally between the passenger and driver. this is not ride sharing. as i mentioned, the personal insurance f
know, you have an obligation. you have a duty to protect the streets of san francisco, to protect the consumers, to protect the taxi industry. i was a tax commissioner seven years. i could give you so many valid reasons why we need a well regulated taxi system. open entry does not work. it's a disaster. certain industries need to be regulated, transportation, banks, health care, agriculture, guns -- don't let this happen here, okay. don't let it happen here. >> thanks. next speaker. >>> hi, i'm barry cargo with the san francisco cab drivers association. i'd like to echo the comments of the previous cab drivers concerning these illegal rogue cabs. i'd also like to express my dismay of the apparent acceptance of these rampant -- the rampant influx of these vehicles. they try to avoid regulation by saying that they're ride shares when really they're not according to section 53, 53 h of the california public utilities code. a ride share is the transportation [speaker not understood] locations or persons having a common work-related trip and a vehicle having a seating capacity 15 passe
this innovative fund that's going to the san francisco foundation? i just have -- i know this is probably -- we're not going to probably get this particular issue resolved and i'm sure that will be resolved in negotiations, but the information that's provided is not completely clear in terms of where money is coming from and where money is going to understand the real community benefits impact on the city. >> thanks, supervisor. i apologize for any lack of clarity. let me try to go through and see if it make sense. first of all, the $70 million total includes everything except the $4.1 million for displaced units. and the parking fee and the in-kind work at st. luke's and davies. so, those are outside and they happen on their own logical schedule. the rest of everything is -- adds up to $70 million. what we negotiated similarly to the last deal, we wanted a little bit of money up front for three things. for affordable houseving which is $3 million up front. for the innovation fund and the reason that money is needed is because we've got our dph has to start getting those clinics ready to partic
safe hospitals for the people of san francisco and i thank all of you and i salute you. thank you all. thank you. >> thank you. before the next speaker let me call some other speaker cards. stephen tin lin son, [speaker not understood] ventura, haty lee, lorenzo listana, [speaker not understood], [speaker not understood], [speaker not understood]. next speaker. >>> good afternoon. good afternoon, supervisors. my name is benjamin [speaker not understood] and i'm ceo of a local nonprofit called operation access. and i know the issue of charity care community benefits has been raised and evaluated. my organization receives patient referralses from the community clinics. i know john [speaker not understood] will be speaking in a little bit. i think. and then we match up these low-income monitored people that need specialty care or surgeries with volunteer surgeons. and for the last 12 years we've been working in partnership with cpmc during that time nearly $6,000 in charity care has been provided. we have 25 cpmc surgeons that volunteer to provide free surgery to what now is over 700 pat
and base it on some projections on how san francisco would be a little bit different? i'm just wondering how you came to that seemingly rosy picture that you gave us in 2010. >> well, i would submit that in 2010 it wasn't seemingly rosy. much of the community that looked at this report, that report agreed with us that they thought we were being relatively conservative. the numbers in terms of syndicates and the other assumptions, the only thing that we had to if by was previous history. san diego played a role in that, valencia played a role in that. new zealand and other america's cup events played a role helping us accommodate to the number of syndicates we might expect. at the time we really had no idea what the global economic situation was going to be. we had no idea some maybe, but less of an idea what type of boat was going to be used and [speaker not understood] syndicates. there was a lot we didn't know in 2010 that we do know now. and now in this report we've incorporated the best information that's available to us in terms of updating that economic impact. >> i think it's impo
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